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Police search for forgery suspects

Jonesboro Police (Source: KAIT) Jonesboro Police (Source: KAIT)
JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) -

Jonesboro police are looking for people who are writing forged checks.

According to a Jonesboro Police Department incident report, police were called to Fat City shortly after 9:00 Thursday morning.

The owner, Tom Fielder, advised that between May 15 and June 1, multiple suspects came to the store and passed five forged checks.

According to the police report, the total amount of the checks were $324.16.

The names the checks were written under are Darren Gathright Sr., April Payton, Latrice Young, Adrianne Orr and Alexander Singleton.

Fielder advised police he would be able to pull up security footage and assist in the search.

The returned copy of the checks were collected and logged as evidence.

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